Beverly Anderson's practice focuses on
litigation support in most areas in which the firm practices. She provides
research and brief writing for case preparation at both the trial and appellate
levels, in both state and federal courts.
Beverly offers each practice group research
and analysis of the law relevant to each case and the issues that arise, from
initial case evaluation to final judgment. She writes or responds to many of
the briefs necessary to the motion practice throughout the course of a case,
including discovery motions, summary judgments, evidentiary motions, trial
briefs and post-trial briefs. She has been extensively involved in the practice
areas of construction, insurance defense, personal injury, employment law, and
other commercial litigation.
She has extensive background in reviewing
trial records, researching and preparing briefs on appeal in both the state and
federal systems, and has argued appeals in the Washington State Court of
Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington,
Principal in the firm, Beverly joined Winston & Cashatt in 1984
to focus on creating a research division to assist the litigation attorneys
within the firm. She also taught legal research and writing at Gonzaga School
of Law as an adjunct professor for over ten years.